Assess Managerial Potential, Identify Managerial Style To Check Role Fitment

Used for: 

It's believed that good and dynamic managers understand the organizational dynamics and their teams well, as "employees do not leave the companies, they leave the managers". A manager's role is critical, as the person has to act as a bridge between the employees and the leadership team, and coordinate with his team for optimal productivity. The Mettl Managerial Potential Assessment helps in profiling an employee's behavioral skills needed for a managerial role. It focuses on measuring the candidate's organizational acumen, collaboration skills, leadership skills, people management skills, and management of work. It has the following applications:

  • Recruitment and selection of the right candidate for a managerial profile
  • Identifying the gaps and preparing your first-time managers
  • Talent maximization
  • A good tool for Assessment/ Development Centers
  • Identifying areas of training and development

Key profiles the test is useful for:

  • Assistant Manager/ Deputy Manager
  • Project Manager/ Program Manager
  • Delivery Manager
  • All mid-level management roles

Test details:

Duration - 40 minutes
Reliability Score - Cronbach's alpha .865, Split half method .892
Validity Score - This ranges from .84 to .89 for different norm groups across industries
Theoretical BasisThe Big 5 Theory of Personality
Language - English and Spanish (contact if required in other languages)

Test description:

The assessment includes

  • Mettl Personality Inventory- Assesses the person's behavioral competencies for leadership.
  • Mettl Critical Thinking Test- Assesses the critical thinking and decision making ability.

With a competency based approach to measuring managerial potential, this assessment measures five major competencies critical to managerial effectiveness in an organization:

Organizational AcumenCollaboration

1. Understanding Governance and Processes1. Partnering

2. Change facilitation2. Teamwork

Leadership SkillsPeople Management

1. Accountability1. Understanding Diversity

2. Integrity2. Coaching and mentoring

 3. Conflict Management

Managing One's Work

1. Planning and Organizing

2. Problem solving and decision making

3. Service Orientation